Reviews and Problems with Cartier Delices de Cartier
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7 July 2013
Summary: I must hand it to Cartier. They make the most beautiful bottles. Also, when they decided to make Delices, they were remarkably ambitious. A prominent cherry note? Danger! Cough syrup territory! Another fruity floral? Danger! Boring repetition and mindless sweetness! But Cartier avoided both those fragrant traps with Delices. The cherry comes through clearly in the top notes and it is enlivened by citrus. Itâ€™s sweet-tart, juicy and everything a cherry should be.
Summary: what a worderful gourmand!! It isn' cheap or girlie fruity at all!It is a luxuriously sweet cherry scent with class!!!a very serious one, no matter the cheerful and positive energy that it has... I love it especially during the winter due to the vanilla part which can be too much for some people...and I don't think it can be pulled of during the summer days and ot weather... this is a unique fruity pleasure, and the drydown is simply divine...
Summary: Too sweet for my tastes but pretty in it's own way. I think this is a very unique fragrance a little different than typical white flowers and fruits. To me it smells like fruity marshmellows and cherries, with a slight hint of pencil lead. I want to give it 5 stars for the darling bottle but the fragrance is cloying so it gets 3 stars.
Summary: Bottle: 5 stars. It's gorgeous and I enjoy having it on my shelf. Which is all I have to console myself with, considering the actual smell. Fragrance: Ick. I've had it on for 30 minutes now, and I can safely say that this smells like cherry cough syrup--one of those that's sweet and gag-worthy at the same time. Seems like Cartier spent their budget on the packaging.
Summary: When I first spray this on me I get a strong hit of the iced cherry note. Then it melows into a lovely light floral and upon drydown I get a musky vanilla. I like how the scent takes time to develop on your skin. I love the iced cherry note, it's very different and not too sweet. I will repurchase.